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Your first Led Zeppelin album

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  1. 1. What was the first Led Zeppelin album you ever owned?

    • Led Zeppelin
      68
    • Led Zeppelin II
      76
    • Led Zeppelin III
      27
    • Led Zeppelin IV (or whatever you want to call it)
      95
    • Houses Of The Holy
      22
    • Physical Graffiti
      35
    • Presence
      9
    • In Through The Out Door
      15
    • Coda
      7
    • The Song Remains The Same
      15

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Led Zeppelin for me. I think that is why When the levee breaks became one of my fave tracks. And is very under-rated imo.

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Mine was Led Zeppelin IV, my brother first had it on 8 track.

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My first Zep album was "Houses of the Holy" (Christmas '75, I was 12). To me it has a very special + unique atmosphere, and I still can recall the mood it once created.

 

Edited by Walter De

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1991 or 1992. I was 12 years old. The album (more specifically 'Stairway') made me a fan. Then Houses of the Holy, then everything else.

Edited by Mr. Mountain Hop

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Led Zeppelin II, fall 1971, I was in the 7th grade.  A friend's older brother had it - that is how I first heard it.  Up to then I was listening to my older brother's albums -  the Beatles, the Stones, Hendrix, Cream, Creedence, CSNY Four Way Street, and the radio.  I must have heard WLL on the radio but I will never forget the day I listened to the entire second album.  It sounded like nothing else I had ever heard.

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